The striker, who is on-loan from Juve, had a night to forget as he left the pitch in tears
Gonzalo Higuain endured one of the most disappointing nights of his career on Sunday as he left the field in tears after exploding in a fit of rage.
The AC Milan striker received his marching orders from the referee after being booked for dissent in the 83rd minute, before he was restrained by his teammates.
Blaise Matuidi and Giorgio Chiellini then also tried to control the star, but the damage was done and he left the San Siro pitch in tears.
It capped a woeful night for the former Napoli man, who had earlier missed a penalty as well.
He was left incensed by the official for failing to award him a foul when he felt a Juve defender had impeded him.
Mario Mandzukic gave the visitors the lead when he headed home in the eighth minute before Ronaldo scored yet again to make the game safe.
Milan’s defeat meant they dropped out of the top four into fifth place and were replaced by Lazio, who drew 1-1 at Sassuolo.